Anupubbikatha : Reflections on the interaction between state and religion.

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อุทัย สติมั่น

Abstract

The study interaction between Buddhism and national historic
Rattanakosin found that the interaction between Buddhism and Social Change in the
reign of the 1-3 is a religious and social dependence. Later in the reign of 4-6
interaction characteristics began to change in the religious and social impacts can
determine the form of the religion. Since the society is faced with the challenge of
thinking and modern science. The need for reform or to interpret the teachings of
Buddhism is still the backbone of the society. The reign of the seventh - before the
plan is the democratic / nationalist / capitalist as well as political instability. There
was the Cold War Communist threat England controlled the Church To create the
legitimacy to govern. Reduce state support for the Church Education Ministry issues
And can not produce the Buddhist sage. The leadership of the intelligence
community. Religion in the areas of organization and human resources are weak. But
the essence of the principle remains.
Upon entering the modern society faced with numerous problems that are
affecting the country's development along liberal capitalist economy. Society
alienated from religion because life is tied to the stomach. And to focus on the
economy as well. Making interaction between Buddhism and society towards religion
and society in ways that do not influence each other. When it comes to the
implementation of the principles should be applied to the concept. "Heaven on
Earth Society" headed by the three wealth is rich, rich friendships, brotherhood rich
resource for sharing.

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สติมั่น อ. (2018). Anupubbikatha : Reflections on the interaction between state and religion. Journal of Educational Review Faculty of Education in MCU, 1(2), 13–34. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EDMCU/article/view/143153
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